8 Ways To Blow Up Your Social Media Feeds

You can blow up your social media feeds where you are becoming more authoritative, influential, sparking awareness, and creating more powerful relationships. One of the main problems with social media and social media marketing is that there is too much fluff and crap on the Internet that is misleading a lot of people. social media works but only if it is done correctly. This is principally the same about anything that you do regarding business or life. Personally I am not a huge fan of writing these kinds of articles. However, once in a while when specifically I have seen growth using specific strategies of my own I get the feeling that I should share with the rest of the world.

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How I generated over $15,000 in revenue on LinkedIn in 2-3 months

In this article I share the exact approach I used to generate over $15,000 in revenue during a 2-3 month period. LinkedIn organic marketing works only if it's done correctly. You can attract the right people to your network. Ones that will eventually pay you money for premium value. Go on and read how I did it.

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How To Create Social Videos On Your iPhone That Sell

You can create social media videos on your iPhone that appear professionally edited, engaging, informative, and educational. Many people have asked me about this because they've taken notice in the videos I've been creating on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn.

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Twitter Announces Sticker Capabilities for iOS & Android

It has been quite evident for some time now that the micro-blogging platform Twitter is making valiant strides towards improvements of its platforms. Today it announced that new sticker capabilities will be rolled out over the next few weeks to its iOS and Android properties. How come such announcement with a delay in a public rollout? (more…)

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Live Video Streaming Finally Arrives at YouTube

YouTube was the first platform to ever offer video streaming. Except that it was not in fact live video streaming. As a front runner in the video arena you would think that the world’s largest video platform would have indeed already adapted live video streaming capabilities. At VidCon this year the Google-owned entity made a public announcement regarding its new live video streaming feature coming to the YouTube mobile app. (more…)

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[HOW TO] Carve Out a Solid Social Media Strategy – Lessons From Buffer

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What does it take to be successful in the social media space? Is it more followers? Maybe more RTs? Possibly increased engagement? Generate more sales? Chances are all of the above and then some. Social media marketing remains a questionable area for a good portion of small businesses. Are you utilizing social media to its fullest potential? Could you or your company use a tune up on your social media endeavors? (more…)

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Expanding Your Twitter Following with New Anchor App

Approximately 4 minute read

In a previous post I talked about the new Anchor app that launched on February 9, 2016. Not only that but it was also an unofficial guide on how to disrupt the airwaves. At this point in time I am truly convinced that Anchor is an evolution of public radio. Maybe also a bit obsessed or more precisely addicted to using it. A platform that allows individual consumers to build and expand upon their personal brand. In essence truly public radio that is on the verge of changing the world of podcasting. (more…)

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Anchor: A Beginner’s Guide to Disrupting the Airwaves

Approximately 8 minute read

A new free mobile app is truly disrupting the face of podcasting. Anchor launched on February 9, 2016 for iOS users with the intent to change the digital airwaves forever. The New York-based startup is led by co-founders Nir Zicherman and Michael Mignano. The launch of the startup was predicated upon their combined love towards radio. Previously both of them worked at Aviary. A company that was acquired by Adobe(more…)

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